Revolutionary Discovery: $24 Billion Worth of ‘Invisible’ Gold Found in Johannesburg’s Mine Dumps

Revolutionary Discovery $24 Billion Worth of 'Invisible' Gold Found in Johannesburg’s Mine Dumps
Revolutionary Discovery $24 Billion Worth of 'Invisible' Gold Found in Johannesburg’s Mine Dumps

In an unexpected find, Dr. Ncamiso Matsebula has revealed the presence of ‘almost invisible’ Gold, an estimated $24 billion worth, within the historical mine dumps of Johannesburg, South Africa.

These particles of gold are so minuscule that they evade detection by conventional mining techniques.

The implications of Dr. Matsebula’s research could be transformative for the gold mining industry, potentially allowing for the recovery of valuable resources that have been long ignored.

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The practice of reprocessing mine dumps, as exhibited by this discovery, not only promises to convert waste into a source of wealth but also offers the prospect of considerable economic advantages for the local community.

Moreover, embracing this method may have the added benefit of mitigating some of the environmental risks traditionally associated with mine dumps, hinting at both economic and ecological improvements for the industry and region alike.

SOURCE: AL JAZEERA

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